New York Life Insurance Co. employees and agents are giving back to their communities. The month of May was the company’s first Global Month of Service, and had more than 3,500 employees and agents volunteer for more than 200 community projects in eight countries to champion the Supporting Youth Worldwide theme. Volunteers gave over 50,000 hours of voluntary service, according to the insurer.

“Global Month of Service builds on both New York Life’s commitment to families, communities and businesses, as well as our active, dedicated volunteer efforts year-round,” says Ted Mathas, chairman, president and CEO of New York Life. “I am enormously proud of the response of New York Life volunteers who demonstrated what a real difference we can make in our communities and made our first Global Month of Service a success. These are challenging times for many people around the world, and together New York Life employees, agents and their families provided valuable services and assistance to youth in the communities in which we live and work.”

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